Howell and Huessy 1985 used a rating scale to classify
Howell and Huessy (1985) used a rating scale to classify children as to whether or not they showed Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)–like behavior in the second grade. They then classified these same children again in the fourth and fifth grades. At the end of the ninth grade they examined school records and noted which children were enrolled in remedial English. In the following data all children who were ever classified as ADD have been combined into one group (labeled ADD):
Does ADD classification in elementary school predict enrollment in remedial and nonremedial English in high school?
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